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We're introducing a new product category! For the first time since we started, we are expanding beyond our line of titanium earrings to add nonallergenic titanium bracelets.
Last year, we asked a select group of loyal customers what you would like to see from Tini Lux in addition to our nickel free earrings. One item repeatedly requested was bracelets.
Earrings tend to be the type of jewelry that causes the most irritation due to the sensitivity of piercing sites, but other jewelry can cause problems as well. 
Bracelets are in constant contact with the skin while they are worn. For people with metal sensitivities, bracelets can cause itching, rashes, and eczema breakouts. 
Both of the new cuff bracelets are made with pure titanium as a base metal. Like our hypoallergenic earrings, the gold and rose gold style both have a thick 14k gold vermeil that will not tarnish.  If properly cared for, these bracelets will last for years and years without fading. As you can see in the photos, the interior of the cuff bracelets were left as polished titanium. They do not have any coating or plating applied to the interior. This way, for people with sensitive skin and metal allergies, only the pure, non-allergenic, nickel free titanium is in contact with their skin.
The first style, the Basic Cuff, is a medium width plain band that complements any outfit. It can be worn on its own to add a hint of shine to your outfit, or it can be worn in a stack with other bracelets for a more dramatic look. This is a unisex style of bracelet that looks great on everyone. (For Schitt's Creek fans: this sleek, minimal style was inspired by David Rose's silver jewelry).
The Basic Cuff
The second bracelet we are introducing is the Two Hearts Cuff.  This wide cuff bracelet has a thick band and two heart cutouts on each side of the opening. This bracelet can be worn with the opening facing inward for a sleek look or with the opening facing outwards for a more fun look. 
Two Hearts Cuff   
These cuffs are slightly adjustable in size. To resize your cuff, you will need to apply a decent amount of force to either squeeze the ends together to make it smaller or pull the bracelet apart to make it larger. 

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